16th July 2019

NCFA Pre-Budget Submission: July 16, 2019

NCFA Call On Government To Publish Detailed Roadmap For Arts Funding NCFA Insight Survey shows: Over 75% respondents working in the Arts earning less than €30,000 per annum […]
16th May 2019

NCFA Welcomes JOC Recommendations in ’The Arts Matter’

NCFA Welcomes JOC Recommendations in ’The Arts Matter’ The NCFA welcomes the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht report, ’The Arts […]
23rd January 2019

NCFA supports Theatre Forum Payscales Survey

The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) supports the findings of Theatre Forum’s Payscales Survey, launched today at Project Arts Centre.  The findings illustrate major deficiencies […]
20th November 2018

Help Us to Help You

The National Campaign for the Arts needs to hear from you. As part of our ongoing policy advocacy and activity planning, it’s vital for us to […]
9th October 2018

Press Release: NCFA Responds to Budget 2019

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS BROADLY WELCOMES BUDGET 2019 UPLIFTS FOR THE IRISH ARTS SECTOR Following the presentation of Budget 2019 by Minister Pascal Donohue today, the National Campaign for the […]
13th September 2018

PRESS RELEASE September 13, 2018: NCFA Call on Government to Publish a Detailed Roadmap for the Arts

NCFA call on Government to publish a detailed roadmap setting out the short and medium-term plans to double investment in the Arts and Culture sector over […]
22nd July 2018

Louise O’Neill: Art has the ability to shape the way we see ourselves

“In order to combat financial barriers that preclude people from becoming practising artists, a grassroots, volunteer-led movement called The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) is […]
13th July 2018

Oireachtas Pre Budget Presentation 2018 Speeches

  (Featured from the left: Georgina Jackson, Aideen Howard, Eoghan Carrick, Cian O’Brien, Isabel Nolan, Niamh Smyth TD, Jo Mangan, Liz Nugent, Eugene Downes, Angela Dorgan, Tom […]
11th July 2018

National Campaign For The Arts Launch Pre-Budget Submission 2019

National Campaign for The Arts (NCFA) is calling on the Taoiseach to make good on his much publicised commitment to double investment in the Arts and […]
16th June 2018

Cultural Funding and Investment in the News

An excellent article in the Irish Examiner by Gerard Howlin: Supports for artists’ R&D will see Ireland reap benefits globally “Using arts to support Ireland is […]
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